Edmund GRIMLEY EVANS wrote: > Can anyone explain what the following, taken from > http://www.corridor.com/~sfavor/debian-gnu-hurd-faq/gnu-hurd-faq-2.html#ss2.6 > means? > > > ... Note that the Unix kernel we have implemented is just one Really > > Big Mach program (called a single-server). > > > > The Hurd, on the other hand, breaks the giant Unix kernel down into > > various Mach programs running as daemons. ... > > What is the "Unix kernel we have implemented", apparently contrasted > with the Hurd? This refers to the (proverbial) single server kernel previously mentioned in the same paragraph as opposed to something that "we" the Hurd developers have created.
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